Perspectives on Nationalism by Craig HardingPerspectives on Nationalism by Craig Harding

Perspectives on Nationalism

byCraig Harding, Tom Smith, John Meston

Hardcover | July 31, 2008

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Tailored specifically to the needs of teachers and students by authors from Alberta, all elements of Perspectives on Nationalism work together to emphasize and meet the general and specific outcomes of the new Alberta Social Studies 20-1 curriculum.
Craig Harding is a teacher with the Calgary Board of Education. Tom Smith is Principal of Monsignor Smith School in the Calgary Catholic School District. John Meston is a teacher at Elk Island Public Schools. David Yoshida is the Social Studies Department Head at Grand Centre High School in Cold Lake Alberta.
Title:Perspectives on NationalismFormat:HardcoverDimensions:448 pages, 10 × 8.75 × 1 inPublished:July 31, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195427726

ISBN - 13:9780195427721

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Table of Contents

Part I1. Understandings of Nation and Nationalism2. How Is Nationalism Expressed?3. How Can Nationalism Develop?4. How Do People Experience Nationalism?5. Reconciling LoyalitiesPart II6. Nationalism and National Interest7. Why Pursue National Interest?8. Understanding Extreme Nationalism9. Exploring Ultranationalism10. Becoming Sovereign: Pursuing Self-DeterminationPart III11. Nations Interacting with Nations: International Affairs12. Understanding Internationalism13. Promoting Internationalism: Organizations in the Global Community14. Investigating Global Issues: The Role of Internationalism15. Nationalism versus InternationalismPart IV16. Exploring Perspectives on Canadian Identity17. Promoting Identity: The Role of Individuals, Groups, and Government18. Pursuing National Unity19. Visions of Canada for the Future20. Towards Canada's Bicentennial: Pursuing Your Vision of Canada